Easily schedule and run event-driven workflows, trigger SAP processes and orchestrate your SAP job scheduler (or SAP central process scheduling) using Redwood’s extensive library of connectors and wizards that help build BPA jobs in minutes.
Overcome limitations of built-in SAP scheduling tools to orchestrate disparate applications and processes. Coordinate and parallelize process chains across your SAP ERP, even with multiple instances, servers and time zones.
We saved 84 man-hours – that’s 10.5 days a quarter – when our specialist can work on other projects. Redwood is business critical. I really wonder how other enterprise businesses can manage without it.
Hans Jansen, Senior SAP Basis Specialist, Epson
Redwood’s RunMyJobs application features a familiar intuitive, low-code SAP BPA user interface that supports the entire process lifecycle, with simple promotion between development, test and production environments.
SAP job scheduling can be simplified with a cloud-native workload automation (WLA) platform that readily integrates with any system or application within your ERP ecosystem. WLA solutions such as Redwood provide flexible date/time and event-based scheduling with direct integrations and APIs to connect to endpoints across your enterprise. This makes it easy to build, monitor and maintain end-to-end processes that incorporate SAP jobs. See what you can achieve with Redwood.
Yes, SAP Job Scheduling can be integrated using native connections or REST APIs. Enterprise workload automation solutions such as Redwood provide robust integrations into SAP ecosystems, enabling IT to speed up key processes and integrate disparate applications. Instead of relying on custom scripts, prebuilt integrations and REST APIs provide faster connections that are more reliable and flexible. See what you can achieve with Redwood.
Yes, Redwood RunMyJobs is a cloud-native workload automation solution that makes it easy to manage jobs within the SAP ERP framework. RunMyJobs can connect to any endpoint whether on-premises or cloud-based, regardless of underlying technology. Jobs can be scheduled or set to execute based on event triggers, with conditional logic, automated remediation and SLA monitoring to help ensure that jobs complete successfully and on schedule. See what you can achieve with Redwood.